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ViON Launches Agile Cloud Platform

ViON Corporation, a market leader in the design, delivery and maintenance of mission critical IT infrastructure solutions, today announced the launch of its enterprise-class ViON Agile Cloud Platform, a Tier-1, high-performance, private Cloud solution. ViON’s Agile Cloud Platform is a converged infrastructure that is based on the company’s three-plus decades of delivering secure compute, network and storage capabilities. ViON’s Agile Cloud Platform can be purchased outright for on-premise use or delivered by ViON as a service to exacting specifications through Service Level Agreements.

ViON’s Agile Cloud Platform is a highly differentiated solution in an otherwise crowded Cloud marketplace. Through ViON’s proprietary approach to server space allocation, the Agile Cloud Platform is able to achieve 20 percent higher density of virtual machines (VMs), driving down total cost of ownership and usage fees. ViON brings similar innovation to the billing structure for its Agile Cloud Platform. Unlike other Cloud providers, ViON bills for actual consumption of compute, network, storage and application resources, not for the allocation or provisioning of these resources. As with all of ViON’s products, the Agile Cloud Platform is supported by cleared, highly trained U.S.-based professionals. A support call to ViON will always be answered by a live person, 24/7/365, who will stay engaged until the issue is resolved.

ViON’s Agile Cloud Platform includes servers, networking, storage and software – along with advanced monitoring, management and virtualization tools. These capabilities offer customers unprecedented insight into their IT enterprise, where storage, compute and network resource usage can be monitored, controlled and reported, providing transparency for both the Cloud provider and consumer of the utilized service.

ViON’s Agile Cloud Platform implementations are turn-key and take weeks not months or years to complete. For all implementations, ViON serves as the solutions architect, integrator and end-to-end delivery provider. Customers are not required to add additional data center headcount or physical space, freeing customers to focus on their businesses or mission objectives not the challenges of managing IT infrastructure, assets and facilities.

“ViON’s Agile Cloud Platform offers infrastructure management services to our clients, so they can serve their customers without the distraction of IT maintenance and constant upgrade requirements,” said Tom Frana, CEO of ViON. “Moreover, ViON’s Agile Cloud Platform is offered on a pay-for-use model, which can scale up or down with business cycles, thereby offering our customers substantially lower total cost of ownership. We have been a major partner for the government, public sector and commercial market for 34 years and have been providing private Cloud solutions for more than 15. Customers partner with ViON because we provide the infrastructure needed to enable Cloud services quickly, efficiently and securely.”

About ViON Corporation

ViON Corporation designs, delivers and maintains mission-critical IT infrastructure solutions on an enterprise scale for the military, governments and commercial businesses, while offering the highest level of security available anywhere around the globe. ViON is well known for its cost-effective compute, network and storage capabilities, delivered on premise or through the cloud anywhere on earth. Supported by cleared resources that are highly trained and armed with the industry's latest certifications and specializations, ViON has a legacy of helping its customers meet business goals and mission objectives, support warfighters and deliver citizen services and drive innovation and business growth. The veteran-owned business is located in Herndon, Virginia with field offices throughout the United States. For more information visit www.vion.com.

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